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for working class americans. michele bachmann has seen the light on infrastructure and might be getting off the appalachain trail and heading back to washington and a southern pastor makes a radical stand for justice. but tonight, we start with the tenth anniversary of the ed show. let's get to work. the shock and awe campaign was launched against -- a decade later, the forces behind with trying to revise that history. today, donald rumsfeld tweeted ten years ago, the long, difficult work of liberating 25 million iraqis deserve our respect and appreciation. put aside for the moment the evolution in rumsfeld's justification for war. take a moment to offer some appreciation to those who actually deserve our respect. we can start with the lawmakers who voted no on the iraq war resolution and 133 in the house. some argued passionately against the war inside the u.s. capital. >> i weep for my country. i want to events of recent months and the -- no more is the image of america one of strong yet benevolent peace keeper. >> there were even members of president bush's own party who broke ranks. for
eyen on the tiny island of cyprus. michelle caruso-cabrera. what is this controversy all about? >> reporter: well, this country about six months ago went to the other countries in europe and said we need a lot of help. we need 17 billion euros because we have a bank that's on the verge of collapse and we need -- we've gotten less tax revenue because of the recession. and so, remember, the europeans have already bailed out greece, portugal, ireland. so when cyprus went to them, we'll lend you $10 billion. you guys have to come up with $7 billion. and the way the cyprus economy is structured, it's almost all banks. huge banks relative to the size of the economy. and so the solution they came up with was taxing deposits in banks. that has turned out to be incredibly controversial. last night the parliament here voted it down even though there had been intense negotiations for weeks about it. now today, it's about plan "b" and it's not clear whether there will be a plan "b." the banks are closed, only get money out of atms, the financial system here on the verge of collapse. and if
in with with my cube mate in cyprus. michelle, you made it. >> reporter: yeah, we made it finally after lots of delays. now it's mission critical and a search for plan b. last night the parliament roundly said we don't want to attach the deposits of the banking system here. but the situation is they still have to come up with nearly 6 billion euros. remember what the end game here. this country has gone to other european countries and said we need a total of 17 billion euro toss bail out our banks and keep our government afloat. and they said we'll give you 10 billion. you have to contribute something yourself. you know where all the money is in this country? it's in the banking system. it's a huge banking system, eight times the size of their economy. consider this, brian, if the us banking system was as big relative to the u.s. economy as cyprus is, we would have 45 more banks the size of jpmorgan in the united states. that's how big it is. that's why there's a need to tax deposits. that's where the money is. that's the only way this country will be able to come up with it. that's the stru
get two, 1 liter bottles. people forget, you have been trying to work, you have with michele obama to healthy choices, alternatives, more than just you know soda. that has been enough to help you work with folks who otherwise think you could not. could you try the same with mayor bloomberg. >> we've said to the mayor ask us in, we have a good track record of working with people,. neil: did he not want to hear it? >> i think he felt he had the right way, but the court said he does not, we hope he will let us back in we have reduced calories of drinks in school by 90%, and you can look at the labels. we will deliver, you just have to talk to us. neil: does it bother new a macro sense that fewer people are having soda than they used to in the past, or do you spread it out to other alternatives so your market share is up? >> we have a lot of different choices, that has been the premise of our argument. why divert attention from real solutions, on oh obesity, people want choice. neil: like if you go to a mcdonald's, you want a salad it is there. >> or if they want a smaller poargd, the
heroes? caller: new gingrich. i know eric cantor. i go to school with his nephews. michele bachmann. and alec herman cain. host: how did you become so smart on domestic politics? i do: i do not -- caller: not know, i read a lot of articles. voters have of 1/10th of the knowledge that he does, and they can vote. host: when you were called, could you call and and, on that? host: you made our morning. thank you. curtis is next from texas. can you talk jacob? cannot!no, i [laughter] and does not make any difference they do, it will come back to the middle-class. it always has, it always will. we will be the one to bail the government out. they let big business go to the cayman islands, they let them put their money over there so they do not have to pay taxes. and yet, they buy other business in the u.s., they buy the smaller businesses, and we will end up with one big corporation and we will pay what they want. thank you. i enjoy c-span and watching early every day. guest: curtis raises an excellent point. it is almost impossible to see how they can reduce the deficit and restructure th
by the parents of the army private after using it. michelle lee -- michael lee collapsed after ten minutes of running. the parents blame the supplement saying it shouldn't have been on store shelves in the first place. good to see you both. let me start with you. if you go to the gnc website it describes this as follows. ultra intense muscle strength and energy, power and endurance. vicky, allegedly contains a powerful stimulant and some experts say it's kind of like amphetamines. so do the parents have a legitimate wrongful death cause of action? >> i absolutely think they did he especially against the manufacturers. it's banned in seven different countries. it's called a controlled substance and not a natural supplement. at this point it is absolutely going to be able to be proven and probably out of court on the wrongful death suit. this is harmful and unsafe dietary supplement not good for human consumption. that is the biggest problem. they don't have to be meet standards of drugs. fda doesn't have to look at that. these supplement providers have to show the labels. they don't have to
apologizing after singer michelle shocked went on an anti-gay rant during a recent show. she was performing sunday night at yoshi's when she shocked the audience about using derogatory slurs about gays and then she told the crowd to tweet what she just said. about 200 people were there. a lot of them walked out. >> my first reaction was to turn on the lights and get the microphone out of you her hands. -- out of her hand. >> yoshi says this is the first time they've had to shut down an act. several other concert vendors are canceling her upcoming shows because of her comments. >>> ten minutes before 8:00. not for sale, why valero has decided not to look for a buyer for its person knee shaw refinery. -- for its benicia refinery. >>> and the yoga pants problem is not leaving much to the imagination. we're here! we're going to the park! [ gina ] oh hey, dan! i really like your new jetta! and you want to buy one like mine because it's so safe, right? yeah... yeah... i know what you've heard -- iihs top safety pick for $159 a month -- but, i wish it was more dangerous, like a monster truck or du
after singer michelle shocked went on an anti-gay rant during a recent show. she was performing sunday night at yoshi's when she shocked the audience about using derogatory slurs about gays and then she told the crowd to tweet what she just said. about 200 people were there. a lot of them walked out. >> my first reaction was to turn on the lights and get the microphone out of you her hands. -- out of her hand. >> yoshi says this is the first time they've had to shut down an act. several other concert vendors are canceling her upcoming shows because of her comments. >>> ten minutes before 8:00. not for sale, why valero has decided not to look for a buyer for its person knee shaw refinery. -- for its benicia refinery. >>> and the yoga pants problem is not leaving much to the imagination. we're here! we're going to the park! [ gina ] oh hey, dan! i really like your new jetta! and you want to buy one like mine because it's so safe right? yeah... yeah... i know what you've heard -- iihs top safety pick for $159 a month -- but, i wish it was more dangerous
in a series of irresponsible and reckless provocations. >>> and minnesota republican congresswoman michele bachmann she spoke at cpac this morning, criticized what she called the extravagances of the obama white house. >> we are also the ones who are paying for someone to walk the president's dog, paying for someone to walk the president's dog? now, why are we doing that when we can't even get a disabled veteran into the white house for a white house tour? >>> and in just a few minutes from now, saratoga springs, utah, mayor mia love will be delivering a major address to cpac conservatives. last fall, she was one of the featured speakers at the republican national convention as a candidate for congress. if she won, she would have been the first black female ever elected to congress as republican but she lost that race by a narrow mar jane, about 1%. mayor mia love joins me now from the cpac convention. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> you are -- >> i can't see you. good to hear you. >> you are not missing much. you're going to be speaking there in a few minutes, i understand. what d
? >> well, speaking right now is michele bachmann from minnesota who you remember she ran for the republican presidential nomination. she's talking right now. a couple minutes ago, scott walker the republican governor of wisconsin was talking and he got a big -- a big realization. the future of the party is not going to come from here in washington but rather the state houses from the republican governors, there are 30 of them right now. take a listen to what scott walker had to say. >> there are now in america some 30 states that have republican governors and republican legislatures. that's the good news. the good news is we have success and it's happening in our states and we could learn from that to tell our friends and colleagues in washington how to move forward. to be successful in the states, we have to be optimistic. we have to be relevant. and most importantly, we have to be courageous. >> and that's one of the themes here. cpac is the largest annual gathering of conservative activists and supporters across the country. and the theme here is what does the party do after losing the p
that argument. >> and it is definitely safer in bagdad now. >> hal: yeah, and following the story that michelle shocked the '90s singer who had two songs i didn't like back then and wouldn't like now, who has had a decent -- showed up at an occupy event, and apparently became evangelical a few years ago, and when she was doing a show in san francisco this weekend, she went on an anti gay diatribe saying the world will end if gays can get married. >> she is taking a page out of the republican play book. >> hal: yeah, and after the election when mccain said you people are to -- yeah. but in following that story, i mean i found -- probably the most important news story of the year, uk salon owner accused of only hiring fat gay hair stylists. a british hair stylist has filed a discrimination suit claiming he was a sexist because he doesn't want to hire women because they get pregnant. who doesn't have hair stylist fantasy, because they are leaning in -- i have been caught staring a couple of times -- and i have a very pretty hair stylist. >> yeah, i like my hair stylists but don'
day. you yourself criticized michelle obama for standing at the oscars in front of marines that seemed to be used as props. you've seen a pattern here? >> there is a pattern. the at fort hood someone clearly motivated by radical islamic beliefs gun down the members of the military and they want to call it workplace violence. whatever it is, there's detachment from the reality of some of the threats we face in this world and ramifications in that. and three hours afterward and a photo from a month later. i don't think it's a big deal for a tweet, but again, it's indicative of a pattern, there are largers things at play and political maneuvering and let's not bother with the difficulties and the dirty work that is building the finest military in the the world and putting it in the field to execute properly. and you see it in afghanistan, there's a war, and we've got tens of thousands of troops and when is the last time you heard about that, you don't. >> megyn: and allen west came on our air last night and believes that harry reid needs to personally apologize for that and that if he was
at the white house. the word sequester doesn't mean anything to this student. first lady michelle obama said that the white house is our house. well, it doesn't feel like it any more. mr. speaker, laneer students from texas are not alone. thousands of students nationwide are gearing up for spring break, the cherry blossom festival are a few weeks away. these trips require planning, time and, yes, even money. bake sales, car washes, parents work were off of all involved so kids could come to washington to tour the white house, but the president unfortunately has punished the people for the sake of a few nickels. perhaps the white house forgot what the first lady has said which is posted on the homepage of whitehouse.gov, quote, this is really what the white house is all about. it's the people's house. well, mr. speaker, if this is true, the president should take the padlocks off the white house doors, put the welcome mat back on the front porch because america's kids should not be evicted from their white house. mr. speaker, the open door philosophy of the white house is a uniquely american
. signed sincerely, michele bachmann, member of congress. the honorable the speaker, house of representatives, sir, this is to notify you formally pursuant to rule 8 of the rules of the house of representatives that i have received a subpoena issued by the united states district court for the eastern district of california purporting to require certain responses to a questionnaire in connection with a civil case. after consultation with the office of general counsel, i have determined under rule 8 that the subpoena seeks information that is not material and relevant and that it is not consistent with the privileges and rights of the house. accordingly, i intend to move to quash the subpoena. signed sincerely, steve chabot, member of congress. the honorable the speaker, house of representatives, sir, this is to notify you formally pursuant to rule 8 of the rules of the house of representatives that i have received a subpoena issued by the united states district court for the eastern district of california purporting to require certain responses to a questionnaire in connecti
see that very high level of interest even after so many years. savannah? >> michelle kosinski at buckingham palace, thank you. here's hoda and natalie. >>> this touching story, a 26-year-old woman hearing the voices of her family for the very first time. natalie is here with the story, sounds terrific. >> imagine going your whole life without being able to hear and all of a sudden getting the gift of hearing. amy barber was born deaf and after seeing the success stories of other patients she decided to try a cochlear implant. >> you can hear my voice? can you hear my voice? these were the first few sounds amy barber has ever heard in her young life. >> it's so different. >> reporter: after 26 years she's hearing the voices of her parents and her 6-year-old son, blake, for the first time. >> hi, mom. >> you have to talk really loud. >> hi mom. >> yes. >> amy had been deaf since her birth. at the time doctors had said the procedure to restore her hearing wouldn't work because of a neurological hearing loss. decades later they wanted to try again after a string of videos gave the
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